Hello my stampin friends!
I have been in my room playing this week and so excited to show you some of the projects I have been working on! So have you seen the mini pizza boxes in the Holiday Catalog? No? Let me show you:
Plain, simple but let me tell you....so many options for these little cuties!! Here is a great sample that SU has created for your upcoming holiday giving:
Isn't it just cute?!?! I love the detail of the doily and just a little bit of sparkle from the sequin! These boxes are under a $1 a piece (8 boxes for $6) and can be used for so many occasions. Here is a view of the VIP project from my classes in September which was full of coffee candies or caramel apple candies:
With a little pretty paper, some coordinating ribbon and a greeting, you are good to go! Now when I first saw these boxes, something in my head kept thinking "How about a thinking of you box or get well soon box" so the search began for some supplies to fit in the box. (The boxes are 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" so use the space wisely) I was able to find a package of tissues the perfect size and the rest just kind of came together:
The perfect package to give when someone is under the weather! I know I am going to take this opportunity to make a few up so I am prepared the next time I need a little something for that special friend. I also love hot tea this time of year which led to the next project I want to share with you:
This could be a gift for one, or a gift for 2!! (clever right?) LOL This idea came to me one morning while getting ready to work, so I hurried and sketched the picture that was in my head of the box, then off to the day job! The cookies are so yummy and come in the perfect little package made just for these boxes!
So are you inspired? Feeling creative? I would love to see what you can do with these simple white boxes. Try spritzing or wiping color directly on the matte finish for a stepped up look...the skies the limit! (Did I tell you the inside of the box is food safe?!?!) They are awesome!!!
Thanks for stopping by - until next time!